This article was published in 2012.
This week Superchannel Live announced a new summer festival that will take place on the weekend of Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th July in the beautiful grounds of Harewood House.
The festival, titled MFEST, is a unique family-oriented festival, with a mix of music, comedy, children's entertainment and sport's personalities.
Classic acts such as Texas, The Human League, Bob Geldof, Paul Heaton, The Levellers, Beverley Knight, Heaven 17, Inspiral Carpets, Secret Affair, Glen Matlock, Soul II Soul and The Farm will share the stage with chart favourites Cher Lloyd, Matt Cardle and Scouting for Girls during the two day extravaganza.
Added to this are some new British breakthrough artists including The Low Suns, Clement Marfo and The Frontline, Missing Andy, Steve Appleton plus sports personalities and comedy acts.
With a capacity of 15,000 on each day, MFEST gates will open at 11am, with the first artists taking to the stages at 1pm.
Adult tickets will cost £49.50; 11-16 year olds will pay £25 and ten and under get in for free (one child under 10 free per paying adult). £5 from every ticket sale will go to Morrisons Raise a Smile charity for Save the Children.
Tickets for the event will be available from 10am on Friday 9th March from www.themfest.com, www.ticketline.co.uk, or by calling 0844 888 9991.